Staying up to date on the current trends in the tech industry is vital for any tech professional to stay successful. The technology industry changes & shifts much quicker than every practically every other business sector. Success in the tech industry greatly depends on remaining current.
Fortunately, podcasts are free, readily available, and the perfect way for tech experts to keep their fingers on the pulse of the industry. Here is Tech Square‘s list of the ‘Best Tech Podcasts To Listen To‘.
Full disclosure: ‘TED Talks Technology‘ is my go-to tech podcast for staying up to date on the latest and greatest in the world of technology. This podcast offers a platform for innovators, researchers, and scientists, as well as cutting-edge IT company executives, to discuss their groundbreaking work. Instead of discussing current events, these individuals are attempting to engineer technologies that will transform the future.
I highly endorse the ‘a16z Podcast‘ produced by Andreessen Horowitz. Andreessen Horowitz is an investor who has to live with his ear to the ground of the tech industry. His livelihood depends on it. As a result, he is a genuine source for tech industry news. The podcast is an investor’s view of the tech industry.
Consumer technology, such as the newest smartphone, laptop, or video gaming console news and speculations, is the focus of many of the most popular technology podcasts. What I enjoy about ‘TechTrends‘ is how much time they spend talking about broader, non-customer-facing corporate technology developments. It’s ideal for important decision-makers and anybody looking for more information than the most recent MacBook specifications.
‘How I Built This by NPR explores the stories of visionaries who have accomplished incredible feats and built enterprises that have outgrown their lofty expectations, generally spanning generations. The manner of the interviews and the guests’ and host’s level of candor results in interesting and enlightening episodes.
A lot of tech podcasts are becoming quite successful in the world of podcasts. However, ‘Tech Swamp’ is one of the best tech podcasts that has virtually flown under the radar. This podcast does an excellent job of covering the most recent technological advances as well as delving into the history of invention. Most significantly, it considers what these developments entail for people who work in the sector. Such an amazing source of tech information.
‘Pivot‘ by Kara Swisher (Recode) and Scott Galloway (Professor at NYU) is an incredible podcast that I never miss. Twice a week, they provide analysis on important news in technology, business, and politics. However, ‘Pivot‘ is not your typical tech podcast. ‘Pivot‘ is a source of opinions and perspectives for many tech enthusiasts, mainly due to the podcasters’ interest and enthusiasm in the tech industry.
What happens when three close pals decide to collaborate on a car-themed show? In the ‘Accidental Tech Podcast‘ instance, you unintentionally create one of the most popular tech podcasts on the market. These three engineers, who were inspired by a moment of inspiration, delve in-depth into many of the issues that genuine techies know and love. It’s one of the most unique since it’s a good combination of technical know-how and inside jokes.
‘Reply All‘ has to be included in our list of the best tech podcasts. The show explores the frequently symbiotic relationship between technology and humans, taking listeners down uncharted territory while probing a variety of fresh themes and concepts. PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, the broadcasters, do a fantastic job of putting a different perspective on many of the technology stories that you would hear from the media.
Although the internet is fantastic, it is far from flawless. The Grumpy Old Geeks do an excellent job of evaluating the good, the negative, and disgusting facets of current technology trends. It’s a fascinating clear example of the challenges of the internet experience, with a decent blend of critical perceptions, snarky pessimism, and outright hilarious parts.
‘TWiT‘ is a weekly discussion of the newest high-tech trends, with a focus on the latest technology news and reviews. Every Sunday, Leo Laporte hosts TWiT in a discussion format. Patrick Norton, Kevin Rose, and John C. Dvorak are among Leo‘s roundtable participants. In 2005, this program received the People’s Choice Podcast Award for Best Technology Podcast.
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